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Insider Management and Board Reform: For Whose Benefit?

Drug Use Management in Board and Care Facilities1

REEVES, William Desmond (born 1937), Secretary, UK Management Board, PricewaterhouseCoopers, 1998–2004

REUTER, Edzard - Chairman, Board of Management, Daimler-Benz, 1987–95

CURTIS, Charles David (born 1939), Independent Member, Repository Development Management Board, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, since 2008

HENDERSON, Thomas (1867 - 1960), retd member Board of Management of Glasgow Co-operative Society

KNIGHT, John Broughton (1863 - 1937), Chairman, Board of Management, Abbey Road Building Society, since 1913

HARE, Geoffrey (1940 - 1988), marketing/management consultant; Chief Executive, Scottish Tourist Board, 1986–87

GILLAM, Patrick (John) (born 1933), Chairman, Asia House, 2003–05; Board Mentor, Career Management International

ROWLEY, John Charles (1919 - 2000), Director, Crown Agents Board of Management, 1980–84, retired

HODGSON, Keith Stephen (born 1946), Director, Management Support Unit, Board of Inland Revenue, 1998–2001

BRITTLE, (Benjamin) Cliff (1942 - 2011), Chairman, Management Board, Rugby Football Union, 1996–98

Accountability vis-à-vis the Management Boards: Too Much Board, Too Little Monitoring

Implementation of dose management system at radiation protection board of Ghana Atomic Energy Commission

Top Management Compensation and the Structure of the Board of Directors in Commercial Banks

Comment on ‘Top Management Compensation and the Structure of the Board of Directors in Commercial Banks’

BIERICH, Marcus (1926 - 2000), Chairman, Supervisory Board, Robert Bosch GmbH, Stuttgart, since 1993 (Chairman, Board of Management, 1984–93)

 

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The operational board of a company, which is formally accountable to a supervisory board, under the system of corporate governance that exists in Germany and other Continental European countries. In some circumstances in Germany, workers have the right to agree the appointment of the ‘labour director’ or director of personnel who sits on the management board.

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